During Bennet’s visit, CSU faculty highlighted current projects including research into using solar panels in agriculture and the new Soil Carbon Solutions Center.
Animal Sciences researchers partner with American Hereford Association on sustainable genetics research
Colorado State University researchers are partnering with the American Hereford Association to support cattle producers and the beef industry in finding sustainable solutions to environmental and economic challenges.
Erin Karney, a CSU alumna and sixth-generation cattle rancher, was recently appointed executive vice president of the Colorado Cattlemen’s Association, the top organization representing Colorado’s powerhouse cattle industry and its public policy concerns.
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On Wednesday, April 29, employees and students were celebrated at the annual CAS/AES Awards, held in the Bernie Rollin Knowledge Well in the new Nutrien Agricultural Sciences Building.
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Over the spring semester, Godinez participated in an internship focusing on being an equine-assisted services provider at the Temple Grandin Equine Center’s Denver location on the CSU Spur campus. During this internship, she learned the difference between many types of EAS and the standards necessary for providing the various services.
The leaders made the Denver Business Journal list based on their innovative work within the agricultural industry.
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For Jeff Tovar, the ripple effect of three professors continues decades later.
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For CSU alums Hailey Frederiksen and Ashley Baller, the roads to Miss Rodeo America and Miss Rodeo Colorado both began with a love of agriculture, Western traditions.
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Craig Huffhines, a top executive in the equine and beef industries, is returning to his alma mater as CSU’s director of Equine Sciences and Elite Bovine and Equine Genetics.
The new Temple Grandin Equine Center totals 30,000 square feet, and includes equine, clinical, administrative and classroom spaces that support student learning, client success and research advancement for the equine-assisted services industry.
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In recognition of National Agriculture Week, March 21-27, 2021, Colorado State University is proud to celebrate the rich and diverse landscape of Colorado agriculture.
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The state-of-the-art facility, named for Department of Animal Sciences faculty member and autism advocate Temple Grandin, was created to be a place of healing, treatment, education and research for clients from diverse backgrounds. The center is the new home of one of the leading equine-assisted services education and research programs in the world.
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Keith Belk, professor and head of the Department of Animal Sciences at Colorado State University, was recently granted the American Meat Science Association 2021 International Lectureship Award.
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Colorado State University Professor of Animal Sciences Temple Grandin will speak on Tuesday, Feb. 16, as part of the Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame Virtual Author’s Corner Series. The theme of the event is “From the Heart and Mind.”
CSU Professor Awarded Japan’s Highest Civilian Honor, Order of the Rising Sun, Gold Rays with Neck Ribbon
CSU Affiliate Professor Philip M. Seng has been awarded Japan’s highest civilian honor, the Order of the Rising Sun, Gold Rays with Neck Ribbon.
Robert (Bob) Sampson Brackin Jr. passed away on November 11th, 2020. Bob got his Bachelor’s Degree in Agriculture Business at Colorado State University.
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The Department of Animal Sciences and industry partners create Beef Sticks for Backpacks program.
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Faculty and students at CSU are tapping their extensive expertise in a multi-disciplinary approach to optimize Wagyu breeding through advanced genetics, genomics, animal health and nutrition.
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